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<tr><td align=right>Systems Programming</td><td align=center><b>C* &nbsp;<ref>i.e. C/C++ and Algol68.</ref> &nbsp;/ &nbsp; Lisp</b></td><td align=left>WFL-MCP-DCP</td></tr>
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<tr><td align=right>GUI/Host Abstraction</td>
 
<tr><td align=right>GUI/Host Abstraction</td>
 
     <td align=center > <b>Algol/Smalltalk/LLVM</b></td>
 
     <td align=center > <b>Algol/Smalltalk/LLVM</b></td>
     <td align=left>[[WFL/DCP SPO|<font color=#99ccff>WFL/DCP SPO</font>]] <span style="background-color: yellow;"><span style="background-color: yellow;"><ref></span>;SPO (the Burroughs system operator console, originally acronym for  "Supervisory Print Out")</ref></span></td></tr>
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     <td align=left>[[WFL/DCP SPO|<font color=#99ccff>WFL/DCP SPO</font>]] <span style="background-color: yellow;"><ref>;SPO (the Burroughs system operator console, originally acronym for  "Supervisory Print Out")</ref></span></td></tr>
 
<tr><td align=right>Middleware</td><td align=center width=150> <b>Haskell</b></td>
 
<tr><td align=right>Middleware</td><td align=center width=150> <b>Haskell</b></td>
 
     <td align=left>[[TAIS|<font color=#99ccff>Application logic</font>]]</td></tr>
 
     <td align=left>[[TAIS|<font color=#99ccff>Application logic</font>]]</td></tr>

Revision as of 21:47, 14 March 2020


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Received Usage

By "Troika" I mean: FP, Prolog and Smalltalk. See also the discussion page.

Lang and Parole

Zum Singen ist die italienische Sprache,
etwas zu sagen: die deutsche,
darzustellen: die griechische,
zu reden: die lateinische,
zu schwatzen: die französische,
für Verliebte: die spanische
und für Grobiane: die englische

The above [1] stuck in my mind the first time I saw it in the first edition of Moderne Deutsche Sprachlehre, the text used in my first German course. Apparently it was removed in later editions, so don't look for it :)

Aphorism Perseverated

Received Programming Language Aspects of aii.biz System Applications

Functional AreaLanguage/PackageDS Element

Systems ProgrammingC*  [2]  /   LispWFL-MCP-DCP
GUI/Host Abstraction Algol/Smalltalk/LLVM WFL/DCP SPO [3]
Middleware Haskell Application logic
Logic Programming PrologAutoConsult/NLP
Mortarjs,php,python,etc.ubiquitous


I am occasionally present (see CII in left nav for nick(s)) in the main IRC channels related to above.

Synthesis

A general and specific synthesis, beyond the langs of choice above, is the design intent of my AI integration of domain space. An implicit general synthesis in the sense that linux instances are the nodes of the OS construct with the full repertoire of programs as available functionality. A specific one in the WFL product where the design intent is for the reference Algol job control level to support bindings for a healthy selection from the top 20 TIOBE entries.


  1. Grillparzer
  2. i.e. C/C++ and Algol68.
  3. ;SPO (the Burroughs system operator console, originally acronym for "Supervisory Print Out")